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What's on in Monaco 19-25 Oct 2017

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October 19th Newsletter

Longing for the silence and the shadow (1)

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Hotel de Paris's 8th floor Grill restaurant has a new pair of hands in the kitchen tomorrow and Saturday. Sicilian chef Vincenzo Candiano is working with Franck Cerutti to give Monaco gourmets the opportunity to taste southern Italian specialities, including his signature dish, black spaghetti with sea urchin and ricotta (spaghetti freschi neri con ricci e ricotta). Self-taught Candiano was named best young chef of South Italy in 2007, and in 2013 was awarded a second Michelin star for his restaurant Locanda Don Serafino in Ragusa, Sicily. For more information and to book a table (19:30 to 22:30) phone +377 98 06 88 88.

For a more casual taste of Italy, check out Mozza's 12:00 Sunday brunch. The help-yourself buffet costs 49 euros pp and includes a Bellini and live musical entertainment.

And finally, its starting to feel cooler in the evenings, and winter is just around the corner, bringing the inevitable chills and snuffles. For those at risk, flu injections are now available on prescription from your doctor. Stay healthy!
 

What's in the diary ....


Thursday: Fai Baba live.
Friday: Fall fun fair.
Saturday: Monaco v Caen.
Sunday: Czech and Russian classics.

Coming up next week, sporting salonmutt manipulation, and tasting Turkish wine.

For lots more suggestions, visit maBoum's 7 day listing and enjoy your weekend.
(1) This week's quote is from the first line of the poem Homesick by American writer Emma Bell Miles, born this day 1879.

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